Snow daisy's and billy buttons in the Bogong High Plains.

Alpine National Park gets a lifeline

NEWS 2 June 2018 | Feral horses ravaging Victoria’s Alpine National Park are to be brought under control. Victoria’s Environment Minister Lily D’Ambrosio has released a three-year...
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New investigation into marine areas

NEWS 3 May 2018 | Page last updated: 10/3/2023 The Victorian Environment Minister has issued new terms of reference for the Victorian Environmental Assessment Council (VEAC) to do a desktop […]...
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Mt Feathertop untamed. Photo: Mark Darragh

Falls to Hotham track impacts grow

NEWS 3 May 2018 | Parks Victoria has released its final Master Plan for the Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing: a five day serviced hiking opportunity catering for ‘comfort in […]...
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East Gippsland coast

Auditor-General shines light on coastal management

NEWS 7 May 2018 | The Victorian Auditor-Generals Office (VAGO) report ‘Protecting Victoria’s Coastal Assets‘ recently tabled in the Victorian parliament reaffirms and highlights many of...
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A shocking sight: this platypus struggled to escape this opera house net before drowning. This is just one of many such cruel deaths. Photo: DELWP

How can we allow platypuses to drown in Victoria?

PARK WATCH March 2018 | Doug Gimesy (conservation and wildlife photographer) and Josh Griffiths (wildlife ecologist) shed light on the tragic but largely avoidable deaths of an iconic species. The...
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A short walk in Little Desert National Park. Parks Victoria should be promoting short walks across the state, not spending millions on unnessary infrastructure in highly sensitive areas, to service a very small 'market'. Photo: Phil Ingamells

Who’s in charge?

PARK WATCH March 2018 | The tourism industry is assuming control of our national parks. Phil Ingamells looks at two cases where things are going awry. The Mount Buffalo land […]...
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A smooth toadfish in Port Phillip Bay

Authority-mad government blinks on marine

PARK WATCH March 2018 | The marine and coastal bill is a missed opportunity to reform marine and coastal planning in Victoria, writes Chris Smyth. Victoria is awash with statutory […]...
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